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0134 x io C = - 5736 1-761 3-975 Therefore, percentage of enolic form = 4 '2. = log of 0-0944 CHAPTER V. THE VISCOSITY OF LIQUID MIXTURES. THE viscosity of binary liquid mixtures has been a subject of frequent investigation but up to the present no formula has been deduced which No facts. there is will reproduce the experimental be utilized since in every curve satisfactorily linear formula can a divergence, greater or less, from that demanded by the In the majority of cases a sagging takes place in mixture law.
In their endeavour to obtain evidence of additive relation- Thorpe and Rodger compared viscosity, molecular viscosity, and molecular viscosity work not only at the boiling-point but also at temperatures of equal slope, and they found that much ships better results were obtained in the latter cases. To illustrate the kind of results obtained at the boiling-point the following table may be given. TABLE It was found that V. in VISCOSITY AT THE BOILING-POINT. ascending an homologous series the vis- cosity coefficients diminish, but for associated compounds the differences for an increment of For 2 vary very irregularly.
Cleared the 23 used has already briefly been described. Thorpe and Rodger determined the temperature-viscosity curves of about 70 exceptionally pure liquids, drawn from widely different families so as to include the effects of homology, subisomerism and molecular complexity. They selected, as has already been mentioned (p. 6), the temperature of equal stitution, slope as that at which most truly comparable results should be obtained, and the results which they obtained lead to the following conclusions.